List of Fairfield University people

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The following is a list of notable graduates of Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut:

Notable alumni[edit]

Arts and entertainment[edit]

  • Kim DiVine '02 – singer/songwriter; voice of Jell-O national TV campaign[1]
  • Pat Jordan – leading sports writer and acclaimed author of A False Spring, ranked #37 on Sports Illustrated's 100 Top Sports Books
  • Alexandra McHale – comedian, appeared on NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno"; voted Top Female Performer of the Year (2002, 2003) by the readers of Campus Activities Magazine[3]
  • Thomas E. McKinney '72 – former president and CEO, Tempo Television, Rainbow Advertising Sales, Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau[4]
  • Paul Ryan Rudd '70 – former Broadway, New York Shakespeare Theatre and TV actor who played John F. Kennedy in the 1977 NBC movie “Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye”[5]

Academia[edit]

  • J. Kevin Dorsey '64 – dean and provost of the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
  • Annabelle Moseley – poet-in-residence, Stevenson Academy of Fine Arts[16]
  • Julio J. Ramirez '77 – R. Stuart Dickson Professor of Psychology, Davidson College; CASE National Gold Medal Professor of the Year; NSF Director’s Award for Distinguished Teaching Scholars[19]
  • Kurt C. Schlichting – E. Gerald Corrigan Endowed Chair in the Humanities and Social Sciences and award-winning author
  • John Skoyles '71 – poet and writer; professor, Emerson College; former executive director of the Fine Arts Work Center
  • Edward A. Wasil, Jr. – professor of management science, American University's Kogod School of Business; 2006 American University Scholar/Teacher of the Year.[22]

Business[edit]

Accounting and consulting[edit]

  • Lynn Ann Casey '90, founder and CEO, Arc Aspicio; named one of the 25 Most Influential Women in Washington, DC[23]
  • Joellin R. Comerford '74 – senior managing director–strategic projects/complex engagements, Accenture[25]
  • Craig J. Leach '81 – president and CEO, Graham Pelton Consulting; Fairfield Athletic Hall of Fame Quarterback[26]
  • Thomas P. Loughlin – managing director, Promontory Financial Group; founder and managing director of Clarient Group LLC; former partner and managing director, KPMG[27]
  • Randolph Stone – CEO, Marketing Management Analytics[28]

Banking[edit]

  • Richard J. Cantele Jr. '81 – president and CEO, Salisbury Bancorp Inc.[31]
  • Anthony P. Crisalli, Jr. – co-founder, MarketAccess Group; former senior vice president, head of corporate banking, National City Corporation[32]
  • Timothy J. Conway '76 – chairman and CEO, NewStar Financial[33]
  • Jim Garrity – founder and CEO, Bellwether Digital Bridge;[35] former executive vice president and chief marketing officer, Wachovia[36]
  • Michael N. Vittorio – president and CEO, First National Bank of Long Island[37]

Entrepreneur[edit]

  • Anthony Champ '59 – founder and owner, award-winning White Hall Vineyards[38] former president and CEO, Fiber Industries
  • Michael P. Fitzgerald '79 – co-founder, president and CEO, Bank of Georgetown[39]

Insurance[edit]

  • Sheila Kearney Davidson '83 – executive vice president, chief legal officer and general counsel, New York Life Insurance; 2006 David Rockefeller Fellow[41]
  • Karl J. Feitelberg '76 – chairman and CEO, Sterling Resources[42]
  • John P. Welch – president and CEO, XL Reinsurance America Inc.[48]
  • Marita Zuraitis – president and CEO, Horace Mann Educators Corporation[49]

Investments[edit]

  • John V. Carberry – president, F.L. Putnam Investment Management[51]
  • Patrick J. Carolan – co-founder and managing partner, Endeavour Investment Partners[52]
  • Bill Crager '86 – co-founder and president, Envestnet[55]
  • John W. Cummings – senior VP and COO, executive committee member, Merrill Lynch[56]
  • Douglas Hammond '86 – president and COO, National Financial Partners
  • Frank Mastrapasqua '63 – chairman and CEO, Mastrapasqua Asset Management[58]
  • Gavin G. O'Connor, chief administrative officer, Goldman Sachs Investment Management[60]

Manufacturing[edit]

  • Robert Cascella '80 – president and CEO, Hologic[61]

Pharmaceuticals[edit]

  • Meghan Fitzgerald – senior vice president at Medco Health Solutions; named a 2010 Irish Voice Women of Influence honoree[65]

Private equity[edit]

  • Caesar N. Anquillare – founder, chairman and CEO, Winchester Capital[66]
  • Derek Blazensky – founder and general partner, Cardinal Venture Capital[67]
  • Phil Cagnassola '92 – partner, Hamilton Robinson[68]
  • Mary Lincoln Campbell M.A. – founder and managing partner, EDF Ventures[69]
  • Robert J. Crowley – president, Massachusetts Technology Development Corporation[70]
  • Paul J. Huston '82 – founding partner, Hudson Ferry Capital[71]
  • David S. Kopp '82 – managing partner and CEO, New York Pacific Capital, Ltd.[72]
  • Robert W. MacDonald – managing partner, Craton Equity Partners; former president, William E. Simon & Sons Private Equity[74]
  • Robert Stefanowski – chairman and managing partner, 3i Group, North America and Asia; former president and CEO, GE Corporate Finance, Europe[76]

Retail[edit]

  • Michael Archbold - CEO and CFO, Talbots
  • Robert Galvin – president, Camuto Group; former COO, FILA Sport Brands International[77]

Technology[edit]

  • Joseph R. Bronson '70 – CEO, SVTC Technologies; former president and COO, Sanmina-SCI; former president, FormFactor[79]
  • John Burns – former president and CEO, Sonim Technologies[80]
  • Bart W. Catalane '78 – SVP, CFO Getty Images[81]
  • Kevin Kelleher '76 – president and CEO, Cartus[83]
  • Robert W. Landmesser '71 – founder, Com-Cycle & Advanced Environmental Technology Corporation[84]
  • Kurt A. Mueffelmann – president and CEO, HiSoftware[85]
  • Kevin Peters '86 – executive vice president, AT&T Global Network Operations[86]
  • Michael Raneri '88 – CIO, Zecco.com; former CEO, MeeVee Inc.[87]
  • John Tedesco – co-founder, president and CEO, Contigo[88]

Other[edit]

  • Rob Barber '89 – CEO, Environmental Data Resources[89]
  • Richard Kristof – co-founder, president and CEO, American Research Institute[90]
  • Dan Sullivan '73 – president and CEO, Collette Vacations[92]
  • Tina Weinfurther ’78 – president and CEO, TNS Prognostics[93]
  • Steve Zales '81 – managing partner and COO, O'Brien Group[94]

Education[edit]

  • Dean Borgman M.A. – founder and executive director, Center for Youth Studies[95]
  • Juan Lopez M.A. – director, UCLA School Management Program, Northeast Region; former Connecticut State Superintendent for Career and Technical Education[103]
  • Gerald N. Tirozzi C.A.S. – executive director, National Association of Secondary School Principals; former Assistant Secretary of Elementary and Secondary Education, U.S. Department of Education; former Connecticut State Commissioner of Education[110]

Journalism[edit]

  • Steve Bottari '10 – morning news anchor, WCAX[113]
  • Kala Rama – anchor/reporter, WSOC-TV in Charlotte, NC; AP Award winner[116]
  • Cory Shields – executive vice president, global policy strategies and alliances, NBC Universal; former reporter, producer and host, PM Magazine[118]
  • Bob Sullivan '90 – award-winning journalist, author and one of the founding staff of msnbc.com

Law and government[edit]

Attorneys[edit]

  • Herve H. Aitken '67 – partner, Ford Harrison; The Best Lawyers of America[119]
  • Jeremiah S. Buckley '66 – partner and co-chair, BuckleySandler LLP;[120] president, Corporate Risk Advisors
  • Thomas J. Colucci '69 – founding principal, Walsh, Colucci, Stackhouse, Emrich & Lubeley[121]
  • Richard E. Floor '62 – partner, chair, corporate law, Goodwin Procter; The Best Lawyers in America[124]
  • Sean C. Hayes '97 – partner/team leader, International Practice Group at Joowon Attorneys at Law[127]
  • Tara Knight – founder, Knight, Conway & Cerritelli, The Best Lawyers in America, Guest Commentator, Court TV and MSNBC[128]
  • Thomas R. O'Brien '60 – partner, Wolff and Samson; former Assistant Attorney General, State of New Jersey[130]
  • Diane P. Sullivan '84 – partner, Dechert, The Best Lawyers in America, Top Product Liability Litigator in the United States[133]

Government[edit]

  • Leonard Paoletta '56 – former mayor, Bridgeport, CT; judge, Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission; founder, Bridgeport Area Cultural Italian Organization

Judicial[edit]

  • Honorable Richard F. Comerford, Jr. '66 – judge, Connecticut Superior Court[140]
  • Honorable Martin Nigro '51 – judge, Connecticut Superior Court[140]
  • Honorable James F. Stapleton '54 – former judge, Connecticut Superior Court; Of Counsel, Day Pitney LLP[142]

Public policy[edit]

  • Morgan Downey '68 – executive director and CEO, American Obesity Association
  • William J. Mahon – executive director, National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association
  • Roy J. Wells – president and managing director, Triad Strategies

Medicine and science[edit]

  • Roni De Luz – naturopathic doctor and New York Times best selling author of 21 Pounds in 21 Days
  • Peter A. Indelicato '65 – Wayne Huizenga Professor of Sports Medicine, University of Florida, National College Team Physician of the Year[146]
  • Geralyn Radowiecki Spollett '76 – associate director, Yale Diabetes Center; American Diabetes Association's 2006 Educator of the Year Award winner[154]
  • John V. Tesoriero – executive director, State of New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology; 2001 New Jersey Hi-Tech Hall of Fame inductee[155]

Social action and community service[edit]

  • Ned Coll '62[156] – social activist and founder of the Revitalization Corps[157]
  • Paula Donovan '77 MA '88 – executive director of AIDS-Free World; senior advisor to UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy for AIDS in Africa; 2005 Salem Award for Human Rights and Social Justice Foundation recipient
  • Susan B. Dunn – president and CEO of the United Way of the Capital Area; Hartford Business 2008 Non-Profit Executive of the Year[158]
  • G. Simon Harak, S.J. '70 – peace activist; co-founder of Voices in the Wilderness; established "Stop the Merchants of Death" speaking tour
  • Jack Healy M.A. – president and CEO of the United Way of Greater New Haven
  • Rev. Robert J. Levens, S.J. '66 – former provincial of the New England Province of the Society of Jesus[161]

Sports[edit]

Baseball[edit]

  • Brian Cleary '90 – University of Cincinnati baseball coach[164]

Basketball[edit]

  • Joe DeSantis '79 – All-American basketball player and men's basketball coach
  • Tricia Fabbri '91 – Quinnipiac University women's basketball coach[165]
  • Greg Francis '97 – Canadian Olympic basketball player and Junior National Men's basketball coach
  • Pete Gillen '68 – college basketball analyst and men's basketball coach
  • Nick Macarchu '63 – former men's college basketball coach[168]

Golf[edit]

  • Jack Mcconachie '69 – professional golfer[169]
  • RJ Zielinski '09 – 107th Connecticut Amateur Golf Champion[170]

Lacrosse[edit]

  • C.J. Kemp '03 – All-American and professional lacrosse player

Rugby[edit]

  • Will Brazier '05 – All-American, U.S. international and Super League rugby player
  • Paul Sheehy – U.S. international and Super League rugby player

Soccer[edit]

  • Adam Braz '01 – Canadian international and professional soccer player
  • Jim McElderry '93 – Fordham University men's soccer coach and professional soccer player[171]

Other[edit]

  • Don Cook – Sacred Heart University director of athletics[172]
  • Chris Duffy '97 – U.S. Olympic rower[173]
  • Ed Horne '86 – president, NHL Enterprises[175]
  • Christian McEvoy '04 – Completed 3400-mile run across the United States to raise money for cancer research.[176][177]

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